One Critically Injured Hurt In A Two Vehicle Crash On NW 202nd St. In Miami

Authorities are investigating a two vehicle crash which caused serious injuries to one woman.

In a report by officials, the two vehicle crash occurred on Northwest 202nd Street and Northwest 67th Street.  A certain portion of the road had to be closed in order for emergency crews to get to the injured.

It is yet unknown the factors that led to the crash. A thorough investigative process has ensued to determine the contributing factors.

The crash involved two vehicles which collided head on. The driver of one of the vehicles apparently was not wearing her seat belt and was thrown through the windshield.  She sustained major head injuries and was transported to a nearby hospital.  The other driver was also injured and was taken to the hospital where he is responding to treatment.

Details of the victims involved in the two vehicle crash are yet to be released by the officials. All lanes have since reopened.

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